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Physiology and national needs (1919)

Author: Halliburton, William Dobinson, 1860-1931
Subject: Food; Grain; Open air life; Physical training; Physiology; Scurvy; Vitamins; cbk
Publisher: London, Constable
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Call number: AEQ-2760
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Gerstein - University of Toronto
Collection: gerstein; toronto; medicalheritagelibrary

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Physiology and the food problem, by W.D. Halliburton; Vitamines, unknown but essential accessory factors of diet, by F.G. Hopkins; Scurvy: a disease due to absence of vitamine, by A. Harden; Physiology in the study of disease, by D.N. Paton; The conservation of our cereal reserves, by Arthur Dendy; Physical training and the open-air life, by M.S. Pembrey


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